Apple memo was leaked on Twitter, revealing that the Cupertino-based company is setting Black Out Days between September 17 and November 4 due to the new product announcements in September which could suggest when we’ll see the new iPhones go on sale in Q4 of this year.

Benjamin Geskin leaked the memo who is famous for his renders of smartphones. He has been responsible for coming up with some renders of the iPhone 8 based on other rumours and leaks. According to the memo Apple has chosen the black out days as most of their employees are restricted to take time off so they can easily handle the huge amount of orders that are expected.
It was expected that Apple would unveil the new iPhone 7s and 7s Plus in September, as it would follow its yearly release schedule. We’re also expecting the iPhone 8 to be held aloft on stage as well. What we didn’t know is when the phones will actually be available, until now.
Earlier there were rumours that iPhone 8 would be launched near to November, and that tallies up with this internal memo. And there are also chances that pre-orders will begin the week following September 17. Normally shipping takes two weeks so catching up with initial demand will be tough for the company but it could also result in two different dates for the launch of the devices that is just speculation until we get a solid report.


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